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    September 24-27 2019 / Gdansk, Poland

  • Parkopolis

    June 19-20 2019 / Paris, France

  • UITP Summit 2019 | June 09-12 | Stockholm

    June 09-12 2019 / Stockholm, Sweden

  • Movin'On

    June 4-6 2019 / Montreal, Canada

  • Thales Enables the Future of Digital Payment Innovations with Next-Generation Payment Hardware Security Module

    Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data protection, announces the availability of a next-generation payment hardware security module (HSM), payShield 10K, enabling customers to adopt new innovative digital payment technologies easily and securely. The new payment HSM secures digital payments at lower processing costs by using a fraction of the energy. It also streamlines operations and supports the latest standards for real-time payments, open banking and secure remote commerce.

  • Towards an inclusive culture and the respect of our differences

    This Friday May 17 2019, Thales has reinforced its commitment to fight against discrimination within the Group by signing the LGBT + (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Commitment Charter initiated by the Autre Cercle association in France.

  • Pascal Homsy named Executive Vice President of Thales Alenia Space’s Telecommunications Business Line

    Cannes – Pascal Homsy, 54, has been appointed Executive Vice President of Thales Alenia Space’s Telecommunications Business Line, effective May 13, 2019. He succeeds Bertrand Maureau, who takes on new responsibilities within the Thales Group.

  • Thales Delivers Global Connectivity on Iridium Certus® to Clients Worldwide

    Three months after the new Iridium Certus broadband service went live, Thales announces it has shipped over 1,000 units, enabling connectivity for people anytime, anywhere.

  • Satellite navigation on the rugby field

    Research partnership between Thales, the FFR’s performance support department and ESA

    Helping improve performance on the field while ensuring player safety are top priorities for the French Rugby Federation (FFR). In 2002, FFR set up an R&D unit, which is capturing and analysing data on player positions, speeds and heart rates at training sessions and matches. The position and speed measurements are derived from a GPS receiver fitted on each player’s back, between the shoulder blades.

  • Use of drones in the civil and recreational field without risks

    The growing use of drones by private individuals outside the sphere of defence and government is growing. In recent years we are seeing a significant increase in the sale of drones in the mini category (<4Kg) with a short-to-medium range (up to 10 km) for recreational or industrial use.